Anthony Baffoe Celebrates 93-year-old Mom's Birthday With Lovely Photos

Anthony Baffoe Celebrates 93-year-old Mom's Birthday With Lovely Photos

  • The Germany-born retired Ghanaian International has shared a photo collage of his mum to celebrate her birthday
  • The former Confederation of African Football (CAF) General Secretary snubbed the German men national team for the Ghana Black Stars
  • Baffoe, founder and General Secretary of the Professional Footballers Association of Ghana, played most of his club football in Germany

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Former Ghana International, Anthony Baffoe, has taken to his Instagram to celebrate his mom, Elizabeth Baffoe's 93rd birthday.

The 56-year-old Germany born midfielder, posted a photo collage of his mom, accompanied with the words;

"Happy birthday Queen Elizabeth Baffoe my Mummy ..blessings blessings blessing ❤️❤️❤️93 years young".

Anthony Baffoe Celebrates 93-year-old Mom With Lovely Photos
Ghanaian International, Anthony Baffoe celebrates mom's 93rd birthday. Source: Instagram/@anthony_baffoe5
Source: Instagram

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Baffoe, who was in the Ghana Black Stars line-up that lost the 1992 African Cup of Nations final to Ivory Coast on penalties, played most of his club football in Germany.

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Source: Yen Ghana

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